Perhaps the most versatile defender of the draft is off the board and heading to the desert.
A season after taking versatile quarterback Kyler Murray to lead the offense under new coach Kliff Kingsbury, the Cards picked the dynamic Simmons to bolster the defense.
Simmons has dazzled all over the field -- linebacker, safety, even cornerback.
In his junior campaign with Clemson, his statistics showcased that versatility, as he tallied 104 tackles, 16.5 for a loss, eight sacks, three interceptions and eight passes defended.
As the Cardinals' offense took a huge step in the right direction last season, now the onus -- at least in the first round -- is on defense, where Simmons can fill plenty of needs.